London fog (beverage)
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A London Fog is a hot tea-based drink believed[by whom?] to have been invented in Vancouver, Canada. The beverage is also known as the Vanilla Tea Misto, or the Earl Grey Tea Misto. It consists of Earl Grey tea, milk, and vanilla syrup.
The London Fog was originally made in 2006 using Peppermint Tea. Variations on the London Fog include the Manchester Fog (with soy milk, instead of dairy milk, and sugar-free syrup) and the Seattle Fog (with soy milk, water, and both vanilla and hazelnut syrups).
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London Fog can be made in a variety of different ways, but many of the core steps remain the same. Earl Grey Tea is added to hot water left to steep. Vanilla and sweetener are then added. Finally, frothed milk is added on top. Some companies use a hint of lavender in their London Fog Tea Latte.
|Earl Grey Replacement||Variations|
|Matcha Green Tea||Tokyo Fog/ Matcha Misto|
|Rooibos||Cape Town Fog|
|Lavender Tea||Victoria Fog|
|Irish Breakfast Tea||Dublin Fog|
|Masala Chai Tea||Bangalore Fog|
|Wikibooks has a book on the topic of: Cookbook:London Fog|
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